|S.N.E.E.K. - Iets Anders Graag [onmp001] - S.N.E.E.K.|
Although S.N.E.E.K. only, officialy, released two albums, their 1988 Iets Anders Graag CD firmly set foot on the ground. A remarkable debut, the set snarls with leftover punk intent, a few rock riffs, and a wealth of electronics that not only reach back to the band's youth, but also predate much of what would explode out of the next wave of Music's underground. Sounding absolutely nothing like MTV's mainstream bands, the duo snarls across the opener "Gone", setting the stage for what follows...
Keywords: Electronic; Pop; Sneek; Holland; The Netherlands; Mr.DeVo!; Zero V; ON-Mix
|S.N.E.E.K. - The Tape Sessions 1988 [onmp016] - S.N.E.E.K.|
Arjen and Henk's approach to the proposition of a compilation album spanning the exciting year 1988, was to create an overview of the mutiple directions in which their work had taken them during that year. This album included some previously unreleased material. A wonderful starting point for newcomer's to S.N.E.E.K.'s work.
Keywords: Electronic; Pop; The Netherlands; Sneek; Holland; Mr.DeVo!; Zero V
|S.N.E.E.K. - Secrets of a 3rd Dimension [onmp003] - S.N.E.E.K.|
This album contains instrumental compositions. Two compositions 'A Wasteland' and 'Assistants' Cry' were added later as bonus tracks. The CD was written, recorded, produced and released in 1989.
Keywords: Electronic; Pop; Mr.DeVo!; Zero V; ON-Mix; The Netherlands; Sneek; Holland
|S.N.E.E.K. - Words From The Front [onmp002] - S.N.E.E.K.|
Their second album to hit the shelves in 1988, S.N.E.E.K.'s sophomore effort, Words from the Front, found the band dropping most of their debut's fringe in favor of synth-oriented fuzz and quirk. Although the set isn't quite up to par with its predecessor, Words from the Front is still a challenging listen.
Keywords: Electronic; Pop; Mr.DeVo!; Zero V; The Netherlands; Sneek; Holland; ON-Mix